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Olaf's cameo appearance in Best Day Ever

Full Name Olaf
Species Puffle/Snowman
Gender Male
Appeared Frozen Takeover
Color White
Clothes Items Unknown
Related To Unknown
Friends With Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Sven, Trolls
Meetable Character? No
Voiced/ Played By Josh Gad

Hi, everyone. I'm Olaf. And I like warm hugs!
— Olaf

Olaf is a Snowman from the movie "Frozen". He will appear at the Frozen Takeover.[1]

Sprung from Elsa's magical powers, Olaf is by far the friendliest snowman to walk the mountains above Arendelle. His innocence, outgoing personality and uncanny ability to disassemble himself at good and not-so-good times lead to some awkward, albeit laughable moments. He may also have the world's most impossible dream, but what he doesn't know won't melt him—or will it?


Olaf is goofy and naive, but extremely lovable and caring towards his friends, especially Anna and Elsa. Because he was built during their childhood, Olaf retains the childlike personality that filled Anna and Elsa during those years, appearing to be very whimsical and playful when he returns as an enchanted snowman years later. He takes on aspects of both of the girls as well; he is artistic like Elsa, because when he first speaks, he thinks about what colors would go well with snow and said to Sven that "the sky's awake" when they arrived at Kristoff's home, just as Anna said to Elsa years ago. He has an odd fascination for summer, possibly because young Elsa made him a snowman who loves warm hugs, and according to Olaf, he sometimes fantasizes about what summer would be like for a snowman, completely unaware of the tad consequences of his ambitious dream, making the poor snowman hapless. Olaf is also very giggly and tends to laugh a lot.

Aside from his dominantly goofy side, Olaf is shown to have some intelligence to him, seen during his time with Anna in the library. Here, he teaches Anna what true love is, and that it's putting someone else before yourself, using Kristoff as the perfect example, finally giving Anna the true meaning of love. And after the climax, when Anna sacrifices herself for Elsa, thus breaking the icy curse, Olaf was the first to realize Anna's sacrifice was an act of true love (it didn't have to be romantic), and that act is what saved the kingdom. He is also not as oblivious as he seems, as he was quite skeptical about the Trolls at first when he thought they were just rocks, and even warns Anna to run because he cares for her and thought Kristoff was delusional.


  • He first was spotted in the Best Day Ever music video as a puffle to hint the party.[2][3][4]
  • He was the second character from another franchise that exists in the form of a puffle and not a penguin (which makes sense, considering Olaf's size), the first being R2-D2 from the Star Wars Takeover.

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